/rɪˈpyu tɪd li/
according to reputation or popular belief:
a reputedly honest man.
according to general belief or supposition:
the reputedly excellent food
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First there was the exuberant claim about its reputedly great effectiveness in preventing cervical cancer.
Bao is reputedly so rich that he would need two trucks to carry around all his money.
These are reputedly real answers to questions on science tests.
Riverbeds were reputedly lined with the precious metal but fortunes were produced for only a lucky few.
Riverbeds were reputedly lined with the precious metal but fortunes were produced for a lucky few.
At age thirteen, he reputedly had built a small stage and amused himself by frequently giving puppet shows for his friends.
He reputedly carried a six-shooter to keep his rowdy customers in line.